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Bob Marley

Year: 1989

Runtime: 01:02:11

Possibly the most iconic figure in modern music, Bob Marley will always be the man that bought reggae to the mainstream. This classic documentary investigates the man behind the myth. Set around a swathe of classic performance footage, we speak to those closest to the man, including his eldest son Ziggy Marley, Rita Marley, his charismatic manager Don Taylor, Bruno Tilley, the creative director of Island Records, and more.

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